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Morality, Virtue, Ideal son, Ideal keeng, Ideal student, Ideal teacher, Ideal brither, Ideal husband
Devanagari राम
Sanskrit transleeteration Rāma
Texts Ramayana
Region Indian Subcontinent
Festivals Rama Navami
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Siblins Lakshmana, Bharata, Shatrughna

Ram (Sanskrit: राम Rām) or Ramachandr is the seivent avatar o the Hindu God Vishnu. He is the central figur o the Hindu epic Ramayana, which is the principal narration o the events connectit tae his incarnation on yird, his ideals an his greatness. Rama is ane o the mony popular deities in Hinduism an especially o the various Vaishnava sects. Releegious texts an scripturs based on his life hae been a formative component in numerous culturs o Sooth an Sootheast Asie.[1] Alang wi Krishna, Rama is conseedert tae be ane o the maist important avatars o Vishnu. In a few Rama-centric sects, he is conseedert the Supreme Bein, rather nor an avatar.

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  1. Dimock Jr, E.C. (1963). "Doctrine and Practice among the Vaisnavas of Bengal". History of Religions. 3 (1): 106–127. doi:10.1086/462474. JSTOR 1062079.